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Question about title blocks and opacity

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01-24-2012 03:54 AM

Hello everybody I have a question: I should create a title block that hides the drawings behind it but I can't find how. I tried with a solid white fill pattern inside the family but all the lines (after importing it in the project) disappear. I noticed that just texts have a opacity/transparency field but not the "frames" of my title block. What should I do?

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Re: Question about title blocks and opacity

01-24-2012 08:05 AM in reply to: alessandra.carraro

Why are you trying to create a title block that cannot show any drawings?

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Re: Question about title blocks and opacity

01-24-2012 08:57 AM in reply to: Alfredo_Medina

Actually I'd like to hide just a part of the drawing, the one behind the description of the project (title etc). If I put a solid fill inside the family I can't see the lines of the frame when I load the family inside the project. I attached two images to make it more understandable (img1 what I see, img2 what I would like to see) :smileyhappy: Thanks a lot!

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Re: Question about title blocks and opacity

01-24-2012 09:47 AM in reply to: alessandra.carraro

I see... interesting... In that case, you need to insert an image (just a white rectangle .jpg) in the titleblock family. Then, in the project, the image will hide the graphics of the views of the project, but not the lines or the labels of the titleblock.

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